Ground Protection Mats

Global Suppliers of Ground Protection Mats, prices, and quality

Stock of ground protection mats in warehouse

When looking for ground protection mat suppliers, it’s important to keep in mind not only price but also the quality. Here are a few suppliers and our experience with their product:

  • Alturna Mats – Great quality, Made in USA
  • Induplates Mats  – Great quality, Made in Egypt (LandProtec supplier)
  • Isotrack Mats – Great quality, Made in Slovakia
  • Shandong Ningjin Xinxing Chemical Co, Henan Yiqi Plastic Products Co., other chinese factories – Poor Quality, Made in China

Keep in mind that there are different types of mats. While ground protection mats are the most common and versatile some of the other types of mats include

  1. Heavy-Duty Mats: For heavy construction equipment and long-term projects, heavy-duty mats are the go-to choice. They are typically constructed from high-density polyethylene (HDPE) or timber and can withstand extreme loads without damaging the ground beneath.
  2. Track Mats (sold by Landprotec): Track mats are designed for roadways and temporary access roads. They interlock to create a stable surface that supports heavy vehicles while preventing damage to the ground. They are particularly useful in remote locations and challenging terrains.
  3. Outrigger Pads: These mats are specialized for cranes and heavy machinery. They are placed under the outriggers to disperse the weight and prevent ground penetration. Outrigger pads are typically made of high-strength materials like UHMW polyethylene.
  4. Ground/Grass Protection Mats (sold by Landprotec): Grass protection mats are designed to protect natural grass surfaces from the wear and tear of pedestrian and vehicle traffic. They are often used at outdoor events, golf courses, and construction sites where maintaining a grassy area is crucial.

Ground protection mats play a crucial role in preserving landscapes and ensuring safety in various industries. Understanding the different types of mats and choosing the right supplier for your specific needs is key to successful ground protection. Make sure to do your research and select a supplier that aligns with your project requirements.